BIG & RICH SURPRISE TEXAS PROM PAIR WITH VIP TICKETS TO ACM AWARDS

Big & RichSuperstar country duo Big & Rich discovered late Friday that Canton, Texas teenager Jenni Sherwood’s dying wish is to attend a high school prom. [Full story here]. Jenni was diagnosed almost two years ago with desmoplastic small round tumors, for which there is no cure.  Sherwood, a freshman, built up the courage to ask her acquaintance and high school junior, Clayton Cox, to take her to the prom in a Facebook message. Cox obliged – with the help of the entire neighboring Edgewood High School, and Saturday night is their big night. [WATCH HERE]

 

Big Kenny John Rich decided early Saturday it would be appropriate to celebrate the momentous occasion by inviting the pair to the Academy of Country Music’s 50th ACM Awards Sunday at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.  The Academy obliged – and has given the pair some of the best seats in the house – on stage, sitting with the stars!

 

Big & Rich recorded a video greeting encouraging the pair today – and are very looking forward to meeting them in person in Arlington tomorrow. [WATCH HERE]

 

The 50th ACM Awards will air LIVE Sunday at 8/7c on CBS.  Follow all the action at www.acmawards.com@ACMAwardsor #ACMawards50.

 

For more information and to follow the developing story, visit:www.bigandrich.com.

 

About Big & Rich:

Big & Rich is comprised of Big Kenny and NBC’s “The Celebrity Apprentice” winner John Rich. The multi-platinum hit duo have garnered multiple Grammy, ACM, CMA and CMT Music Award nominations, and were recently nominated as the 2014 ACM Vocal Duo of the Year. The first single, “Look At You,” from their newly released studio album, Gravity, broke the top 10 on the country chart in November. Their current single, “Run Away With You,” is now hitting radio airwaves. The country superstars’ first studio album, Horse of a Different Color, includes their hit infectious single, “Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy).” Other hits include “Comin’ to Your City,” “8th of November” and their No. 1 hit, “Lost in this Moment.”  Meanwhile, “Comin’ to Your City” is nearing a decade as the theme song for ESPN’s “College GameDay.”

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